Physics Residency Program

Thank you for your interest in the accredited radiation oncology physics residency program at UCSF. As a hospital-based service with a major academic role within the UCSF School of Medicine, our department considers resident training its most important academic function.

   

The Medical Physics Division of the Department of Radiation Oncology has a strong medical physics residents education program. The department has three facilities; one at Parnassus, one at Mount Zion, and one at Mission Bay. The residency program is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP).

The CAMPEP-accredited radiation oncology physics residency at UCSF is a two-year training program (PGY 1-2). Residents will be expected to have completed a comprehensive curriculum in Medical Physics according to the CAMPEP admissions criteria (www.campep.org).

Martina Descovich

Martina Descovich, PhD
Director, Medical Physics
Residency Program

Atchar Sudhyadhom

Atchar Sudhyadhom, PhD
Associate Director, Medical Physics
Residency Program


The Objective

The objective of the residency program is to provide training in radiation oncology physics in a structured clinical environment for individuals wishing to practice professional radiation oncology physics. Residents will be trained in all areas of radiation oncology physics by board certified therapeutic radiological physicists.

 

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